SUMMER 2023 For this reason, Shiloh incorporates a weekly chapel service into its schedule. Through this consistent rhythm, students are shaped through singing God’s Word, praying God’s Word, and engaging with the expositional preaching and teaching of God’s Word to become true worshippers. While we hope and pray that each chapel service is a life-changing experience, our greater goal is to mold the minds and hearts of students through the regular practice of worship, whereby their imaginations are captivated and honed by the power of the gospel. One day, however, students will leave the halls of Shiloh to engage in further education, begin their careers, and start families. When that day comes, our hope is that the spiritual development they received will shape their expectations of what healthy rhythms for both private and public worship should look like. We long to see students become true disciples of Jesus Christ who worship Him in Spirit and in truth, wherever life may take them (John 4:23). This will include spending time with Christ in prayer, Scripture mediation, and worship, as well as finding a local church that engages in the same practices. When all is said and done, what or whom we worship is the most important part of who we are. While the world, the flesh, and the devil vie for the hearts of our children, we endeavor as a Christian school to teach, equip, and shape our students to know and enjoy God forever, so that they would come to echo David’s prayer to the Lord: “You make known to me the path of life; in your presence there is fullness of joy; at your right hand are pleasures forevermore.” (Psalm 16:11) 31 SECONDARY CHAPEL 31

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